“Don’t let yesterday use up too much of today.” -Cherokee Proverb
Please help me survive, I need a Kidney transplant
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Dhyan Pal is suffering from CKD (Chronic Kidney Disorder) a medical condition in which kidney transplantation is the last option.
Kidney transplantation is very costly and requires funds between Rs 15 - 20 lakhs. Dhyan pal is in urgent need of funds for the treatment. As of now, he is dependent on dialysis on alternate days for survival.
Dhyan Pal was working as a contractual laborer and is bedridden since June 2018. He has a wife, two children, an old mother and a father. The whole family is surviving on the pension of Dhyan Pal’s father which is not enough for the family.
The family had borrowed already too much from the known sources and have exhausted all of them. The whole family’s future is dependent on Dhyan Pal as the parents are already in their early 80’s and will require Dhyan Pal care and attention.
Please support Dhyan Pal as he is in urgent need of funds for the transplantation.
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Take Risk: If you win, you will be happy; if you lose, you will be wise.
it is the pain of knowing and not understanding what to say eats off on your hearts health.
When you know, feel it inside that no matter what you say or do or show wont hold any grounds when things go south..its all your fault and suddenly you would also feel so.
It hurts me when I look at it, It hurts me more when I think about it.
The power to be strong,
and the wisdom to be wise
All these things will come to you in time.
When you slow yourself down, you gain more time.
You accomplish more.
You can go further. You can go deeper.
But in the moment, time stretches…..and it feels like en eternity.
I LEARNED PATIENCE FROM A SMALL BOY…
Fudayl bin Iyād رحمه الله said:
I learned patience from a small boy. On my way to the Masjid one day, I came across a woman beating her son at home. As he was yelling and screaming, he managed to open the door and flee. So his mother locked the door on him. When I returned from the Masjid, I found the boy after having cried and wept sleeping at the door of his home longing for his mother. So his mother’s heart softened and she opened the door for him. Upon witnessing this, Fudayl bin Iyād cried until his beard became wet with tears, and then he said “Subhān Allāh! If only the servant was to be patient at the door of Allāh, Allāh would surely open it!
Musannaf Ibn Abi Shaybah 6/22